The rally in equities expanded last week as new asset classes became more favorable investments. Technology shares surged to the top of our rankings despite a tough Friday. Europe, which matched U.S. GDP growth in 2016, also showed that the old continent still has some life left.
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Global View Asset Allocation Strategies July 12, 2017 The Global View Global Asset Allocation model reduced its appetite for risk to start off the third quarter
Money Market ranks 43 for the week ending 4-28-2017 with US Equities, Europe and Developed Markets leading the pack.
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Global View Asset Allocation Strategies April 12, 2017 The Global View Global Asset Allocation model remained bullishly positioned beginning the 2nd quarter with overall equity exposure overweight, fixed income underweight and no exposure to cash.